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Course ID:HIPR 4000/6000. 3 hours.
Course Title:Introduction to Historic Preservation
Course
Description:
Historic preservation theory, its evolution and practice, and its relationship to the concept of environmental quality.
Athena Title:Intro to Historic Preservation
Prerequisite:one
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4030/6030. 3 hours.
Course Title:Principles and Practices of Historic Preservation
Course
Description:
Events influencing the evolution of historic preservation theory, and contemporary application of this theory. Content includes: the work of Ruskin and Viollet-le-Duc; American preservation achievements, such as Mount Vernon, the National Trust and national legislation; and the structures which define current preservation practice, including the roles of governments, societies, etc.
Athena Title:Prin and Pract of Hist Preserv
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4070/6070. 3 hours.
Course Title:Regional Studies in Heritage Conservation
Course
Description:
Provides students with an understanding of heritage conservation in a specific world region or country in an international context, including the evolution of the theory and practice of heritage conservation and its application in cities and/or countries within the region.
Athena Title:Reg Studies Heritage Conserv
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4072/6072. 3 hours.
Course Title:Issues in International Heritage Conservation
Course
Description:
Issues in heritage conservation from an international perspective, including the evolution of theory and practice and its application in cities and countries outside of the United States.
Athena Title:INTL HERITAGE CONS
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4100/6100. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Cultural Resource Assessment
Course
Description:
Identification, assessment, and documentation of cultural resources at all scales from historic interiors and individual sites to distinct districts and entire townscapes.
Athena Title:Cultural Resource Assessment
Prerequisite:HIPR 4000/6000
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4100S/6100S. 3 hours.
Course Title:Cultural Resource Assessment
Course
Description:
Introduces and discusses the breadth of cultural resource types (buildings, landscapes, intangible resources, etc.) in three contexts: identification, evaluation, and management. The intent is to expose students to cultural resource types, styles, standards, guidelines, programs, processes, and techniques that create the U.S. and international framework for identification, evaluation, and management.
Athena Title:Cultural Resource Assessment
Nontraditional Format:Course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. Students will be involved in the planning and implementation of the project(s) and may spend time outside of the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 25-50% of overall instructional time.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4101/6101. 1 hour.
Course Title:Historic Preservation Survey Techniques and Technology
Course
Description:
The history and importance of local survey work. By analyzing several statewide survey programs, students will familiarize themselves with several effective approaches to survey methodology.
Athena Title:SURVEY TECHNIQUES
Prerequisite:HIPR 4000/6000
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4120/6120. 3 hours.
Course Title:Historic Site Interpretation
Course
Description:
An introduction to principles and methods of historic site interpretation and to current issues in the field, especially as demonstrated by sites in Georgia. Approaches the topic from the perspective of historic preservation, and situates historic site interpretation within the broader process of managing historic resources.
Athena Title:Historic Site Interpretation
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR(HIST) 4160/6160. 3 hours.
Course Title:Public History and Technology
Course
Description:
From early film to twenty-first century gaming, innovators have turned to history for inspiration even as historians have looked to harness new media for their interpretive power. This course explores the interplay between spaces of the past and technologies used to present them.
Athena Title:Public History and Technology
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4200/6200. 3 hours.
Course Title:Preservation Law
Course
Description:
Analysis of significant national, state, and local preservation laws and ordinances, and the legal functions for these laws; major legal challenges past, current, and anticipated; and, a review of the positive and negative effects of the application of various legal measures on the historic environments they protect.
Athena Title:Preservation Law
Prerequisite:HIPR 4000/6000 or HIPR 4030/6030
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4330/6330. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Introduction to Cultural Landscape Documentation
Course
Description:
Introduces the concept of cultural landscapes and landscape documentation practices/software applications typically used to create maps, site plans, photographs, and other forms of landscape documentation. Tools introduced include Geographic Information Systems, Global Positioning Systems, Adobe Creative Suite programs (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), digital photography, photogrammetry, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
Athena Title:Cultural Landscape Document
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4330S/6330S. 3 hours.
Course Title:Introduction to Cultural Landscape Documentation
Course
Description:
Introduces concept, process, and techniques for representing historic cultural landscapes through writing, photography, hand drawing, and digital graphic media. Provides training in reading the landscape to use digital photography and Adobe Creative Suite to document maps, site plans, and forms of landscape documentation. Introduces GIS and GPS.
Athena Title:Cultural Landscape Document
Nontraditional Format:Course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. Students will be involved in the planning and implementation of the project(s) and may spend time outside of the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 25-50% of overall instructional time.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4340/6340. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Cultural Landscape Inventory and Assessment
Course
Description:
Teaches students how to "read" the physical features of cultural landscapes, how to inventory and document landscape features, and how to assess a cultural landscape's levels of historical integrity and historical significance. The course involves a significant fieldwork component.
Athena Title:Cultural Land Inventory Assess
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4360/6360. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Landscape Materials Conservation
Course
Description:
Introduces students to the range of practices and techniques used to conserve character-defining landscapes elements, including vegetation, biotic systems, soils, hydrology, roads and trails, terraces, retaining walls, and other built elements. The course involves a significant fieldwork component.
Athena Title:Landscape Materials Conserv
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4400/6400. 3 hours.
Course Title:Southern Garden History
Course
Description:
A course concentrating on historic southern garden history and historic landscapes in response to a growing interest in landscape preservation as well as an expanding emphasis on the restoration and interpretation of historic sites and gardens.
Athena Title:Southern Garden History
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4410/6410. 1-3 hours.
Course Title:Historic Plants for Period Landscapes/Gardens
Course
Description:
The history, identification, and use of historic and heirloom plants in period landscapes and gardens. With growing interest in restoration, renovation, and recreation of period landscapes and gardens, an appreciation and knowledge of a variety of historic trees, shrubs, ground covers, bulbs, and herbaceous plants is essential both for landscape architects and historic preservation professionals alike.
Athena Title:HIST PERIOD GARDENS
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4460/6460. 3 hours.
Course Title:Rural Preservation
Course
Description:
The evolution of the rural historic landscape, its aesthetic values, preservation problems, and legal and financial resources available for landscape preservation. Open space planning will be emphasized.
Athena Title:Rural Preservation
Prerequisite:Permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4460S/6460S. 3 hours.
Course Title:Rural Preservation
Course
Description:
Evolution of rural historic landscape, and the nature of rural preservation by examining rural landscapes and values expressed in their designs. Explore history of American rural life, aesthetics of rural landscapes, and challenges of protecting and preserving rural landscapes, along with legal and financial resources available for landscape preservation.
Athena Title:Rural Preservation
Nontraditional Format:Rural Preservation course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. Students will be involved in the planning and implementation of the project(s) and may spend time outside of the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 25-50% of overall instructional time.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4480/6480. 3 hours.
Course Title:Introduction to Cultural Landscape Conservation
Course
Description:
The diversity of cultural landscapes, the theory and philosophical approaches to conservation, and the laws, policies, standards, and programs that exist to identify and assess their significance, with emphasis on the procedures employed by the United States, Department of the Interior, and UNESCO. The course provides a theoretical base for understanding and appreciating the interaction between nature and human culture in landscapes, as well as foundational knowledge for further study of issues related to landscape conservation and stewardship.
Athena Title:Intro Cultural Land Conserv
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4510/6510. 3 hours. 2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Preservation Economics
Course
Description:
The economic impact of preservation upon communities, its measurement in terms of both financial and environmental benefits and the financial needs and fiscal management of preservation organizations and agencies, with emphasis upon rehabilitation and development of historic resources.
Athena Title:Preservation Economics
Prerequisite:Permission of department
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4560/6560. 3 hours.
Course Title:History of World Architecture
Course
Description:
Architecture from ancient times to the present. Emphasizes the relationship between architecture and culture, aesthetics, and the environment.
Athena Title:History of World Architecture
Duplicate Credit:Not open to students with credit in HIPR 4560E or HIPR 6560E
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4560E/6560E. 3 hours.
Course Title:History of World Architecture
Course
Description:
Architecture from ancient times to the present. Emphasizes the relationship between architecture and culture, aesthetics, and the environment.
Athena Title:History of World Architecture
Duplicate Credit:Not open to students with credit in HIPR 4560 or HIPR 6560
Nontraditional Format:This course will be taught 95% or more online.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4660/6660. 3 hours.
Course Title:Historic Preservation Design Studio
Course
Description:
An advanced design studio focused on contemporary preservation issues. Emphasis will be placed on new design and community planning.
Athena Title:HP Design Studio
Semester Course
Offered:
Not offered on a regular basis.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4670/6670. 5 hours. 2 hours lecture and 6 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Cultural Landscape Design Studio
Course
Description:
An introduction to the elements, principles, and processes of design within the context of a range of ways of thinking and problem-solving. The course provides an open design studio setting to explore problem-solving through design change in the landscape. The iterative process and heuristic learning will be emphasized. Group projects will offer a chance for students to continue to master their team-building and communication skills.
Athena Title:Cultural Land Design Studio
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4680/6680. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Course Title:Community Design Charrettes
Course
Description:
Provides students with a real-world opportunity to work side by side with faculty, local decision makers, and students. The course will require students to attend three charrettes. Lectures will precede and follow each charrette. Students will learn facilitation skills, develop design guidelines, and use national standards to complete facade rehabilitations.
Athena Title:Community Design Charrettes
Duplicate Credit:Not open to students with credit in HIPR 4680S or HIPR 6680S
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4680S/6680S. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit. 2 hours lecture and 3 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Community Design Charrettes
Course
Description:
This service-learning course provides students with a real- world opportunity to work side-by-side with faculty and stakeholders to address community design through two multi-day collaborative planning events called charrettes. Students will learn facilitation and presentation skills, employ smart growth principles, and learn to solve complex problems in a compressed timeframe.
Athena Title:COMMUNITY CHARRETTE
Nontraditional Format:Course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. The course uses service-learning as the primary pedagogical tool for teaching course objectives. Students will work on a comprehensive project(s) and may be required to send considerable time outside the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 75- 100% of overall instructional time.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4720/6720. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Preservation Advocacy
Course
Description:
Preservation advocacy strategies and techniques with emphasis on application to preservation issues and problems and the improvement of individual communication, behavioral, and management skills, including conflict resolution. Beyond advocacy there will be a focus upon the ethical standards and operational practices expected of preservation professionals.
Athena Title:Preservation Advocacy
Prerequisite:HIPR 4000/6000
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4800/6800. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Historic Preservation Field Study
Course
Description:
Preservation issues, practice, and special topics as related to the concerns of preservation professionals, organizations and agencies, and the documentation, conservation, and interpretation of cultural resources in a designated study area or location.
Athena Title:Historic Pres Field Study
Prerequisite:Permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4850/6850. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Course Title:Selected Topics in Heritage Conservation
Course
Description:
Special topics in heritage conservation. Topics will vary as demand requires.
Athena Title:Topics Heritage Conservation
Semester Course
Offered:
Not offered on a regular basis.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4850S/6850S. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Course Title:Selected Topics in Heritage Conservation
Course
Description:
Special topics in heritage conservation. Service learning topics will vary as demand requires.
Athena Title:Topics Heritage Conservation
Nontraditional Format:Course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. Students will be involved in the planning and implementation of the project(s) and may spend time outside of the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 50-75% of overall instructional time.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4950/6950. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Historic Preservation Planning
Course
Description:
Within a studio format, students analyze existing preservation planning structures to develop an understanding of current practice methods, then apply this knowledge by solving assigned problems. Current issues in the field, which may range from sustainability to race and class, are explored through assigned readings/discussion sessions.
Athena Title:Historic Preservation Planning
Duplicate Credit:Not open to students with credit in HIPR 6950S
Prerequisite:HIPR 4000/6000 or HIPR 4030/6030
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4960R. 1-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 16 hours credit.
Course Title:Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research I
Course
Description:
Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
Athena Title:Undergraduate Research I
Nontraditional Format:This course belongs to a progressive research course sequence to promote a student's increasing skill development and depth of inquiry, as well as growing independent research capability. This course requires the close supervision of a faculty member as the student undertakes a systematic and in-depth inquiry into unknown, fundamental, and applied problems. In some cases, the student will work collaboratively as part of a research team. The student will have to apply understanding of the discipline to identify or shape research questions and apply skills and techniques learned to the research project. Students will gather data, synthesize relevant literature, analyze, and interpret data. The student will present results in writing or through participation in research-group or program meetings and meetings with their faculty mentor. The student will receive feedback from the faculty mentor on their research progress and written or oral presentation of results. A minimum of 45 hours of work per credit hour per semester is required.
Prerequisite:Permission of department
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4970R. 1-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 8 hours credit.
Course Title:Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research II
Course
Description:
Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
Athena Title:Undergraduate Research II
Nontraditional Format:These courses belong to a progressive research course sequence to promote a student's increasing skill development and depth of inquiry, as well as growing independent research capability. The courses require the close supervision of a faculty member as the student undertakes a systematic and in-depth inquiry into unknown, fundamental, and applied problems. In some cases, the student will work collaboratively as part of a research team. The student will have to apply understanding of the discipline to identify or shape research questions and apply skills and techniques learned to the research project. Students will gather data, synthesize relevant literature, analyze, and interpret data. The student will present results in writing or through participation in research-group or program meetings and meetings with their faculty mentor. The student will receive feedback from the faculty mentor on their research progress and written or oral presentation of results. A minimum of 45 hours of work per credit hour per semester is required.
Prerequisite:Permission of department
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4980R. 1-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 8 hours credit.
Course Title:Faculty-Mentored Undergraduate Research III
Course
Description:
Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data and to present results in writing and other relevant communication formats.
Athena Title:Undergraduate Research III
Nontraditional Format:These courses belong to a progressive research course sequence to promote a student's increasing skill development and depth of inquiry, as well as growing independent research capability. The courses require the close supervision of a faculty member as the student undertakes a systematic and in-depth inquiry into unknown, fundamental, and applied problems. In some cases, the student will work collaboratively as part of a research team. The student will have to apply understanding of the discipline to identify or shape research questions and apply skills and techniques learned to the research project. Students will gather data, synthesize relevant literature, analyze, and interpret data. The student will present results in writing or through participation in research-group or program meetings and meetings with their faculty mentor. The student will receive feedback from the faculty mentor on their research progress and written or oral presentation of results. A minimum of 45 hours of work per credit hour per semester is required.
Prerequisite:Permission of department
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 4990R. 1-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 8 hours credit.
Course Title:Undergraduate Research Thesis (or Final Project)
Course
Description:
Faculty-supervised independent or collaborative inquiry into fundamental and applied problems within a discipline that requires students to gather, analyze, synthesize, and interpret data. Students will write or produce a thesis or other professional capstone product, such as a report or portfolio that describes their systematic and in-depth inquiry.
Athena Title:Undergraduate Thesis
Nontraditional Format:This is a capstone course under the direct supervision of a faculty member. This course may be the culmination of the 4960R- 4980R sequence. Students will write a thesis or other professional capstone product, such as a report or portfolio, that describes their systematic and in-depth inquiry into an unknown, fundamental, or applied problem. The thesis or capstone product is written in close collaboration with the faculty member and must be approved by that faculty member and/or the department. The student will apply understanding of the discipline to identify or shape the research question and apply skills and techniques learned to complete the research project. The student will have gathered data, synthesized relevant literature and materials, analyzed, and interpreted data. The student will demonstrate in writing the contribution of their work to the discovery and interpretation of knowledge significant to their field of study. The student will have presented results in the form of a properly formatted, professionally rigorous thesis document or other appropriate professional capstone product and through the formal presentation of the thesis or product to faculty and peers during an approved event. The student will receive feedback from the faculty member on the overall execution of their thesis project, the written thesis, and their presentation.
Prerequisite:Permission of department
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6025. 1 hour. Repeatable for maximum 2 hours credit.
Course Title:Preservation Perspectives Field Study
Course
Description:
Field study investigation by site visits of current professional practice and research directions in the field of historic preservation.
Athena Title:Preservation Perspectives
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6060. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Basic Preservation Graphics
Course
Description:
Introduction to basic manual and computerized drafting skills and the application of Adobe Photoshop.
Athena Title:HIPR GRAPHICS
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6320. 3 hours. 1 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Historic Resource Documentation
Course
Description:
The skills and processes of documenting historic resources at basic, intermediate, and archival levels, utilizing both graphic and photographic techniques.
Athena Title:HISTORIC DOCUMENT
Prerequisite:LAND 6210 or permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Not offered on a regular basis.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6350. 4 hours. 2 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Building Materials Conservation
Course
Description:
Restoration and rehabilitation theory and practice. Emphasis is on the history of building technology and the identification and treatment of common conservation problems in historic structures.
Athena Title:BUILDING MATERIALS
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6440. 3 hours.
Course Title:Historic Landscape Management
Course
Description:
Historic landscape management techniques, with an emphasis on the values of environmental conservation and historic preservation.
Athena Title:HISTORIC LAND MANAG
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6710. 1 hour.
Course Title:Professional Practice in Historic Preservaton
Course
Description:
Introduction to professional standards, resources, services, and practices in the field of historic preservation. Students will explore public and private practice areas and their future roles in the profession. Students will examine and discuss ethical issues, leadership skills, and professional responsibilities of practitioners.
Athena Title:Pro Practice in HP
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6750. 1-3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 3 hours credit.
Course Title:Special/Independent Studies
Course
Description:
Individual special studies or projects which provide the opportunity to pursue research interests in historic preservation.
Athena Title:INDEPENDENT STUDIES
Nontraditional Format:Directed study.
Prerequisite:Permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Not offered on a regular basis.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6900. 2 hours.
Course Title:Thesis Preparation: An Introduction to Research Strategies
Course
Description:
Introduces the thesis as a vehicle for documenting research in historic preservation. It will include an overview of the state of research; introduce the tools of research and how to plan a research project. The course will introduce qualitative and quantitative methods of inquiry appropriate to the field.
Athena Title:RESEARCH STRATEGIES
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
       
Course ID:HIPR 6950S. 4 hours. 2 hours lecture and 4 hours lab per week.
Course Title:Historic Preservation Planning Studio
Course
Description:
This service-learning studio applies a broad range of planning and design theories, practices and activities to historic resources. Provides opportunity to relate knowledge and skills to real-world situations while learning how to visualize physical change in communities before it occurs and suggest sensitive interventions that maintain community character.
Athena Title:Historic Preservation Planning
Duplicate Credit:Not open to students with credit in HIPR 6950
Nontraditional Format:Course includes a service-learning project during the semester that either employs skills or knowledge learned in the course or teaches new skills or knowledge related to course objectives. Students will be involved in the planning and implementation of the projects(s) and may spend time outside of the classroom. Students will be engaged in the service-learning component for approximately 50-75% of overall instructional time.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall and spring semester every year.
Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
       
Course ID:HIPR 7000. 1-6 hours. Repeatable for maximum 45 hours credit.
Course Title:Master's Research
Course
Description:
Research while enrolled for a master's degree under the direction of faculty members.
Athena Title:MASTER'S RESEARCH
Nontraditional Format:Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.
Prerequisite:Permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
       
Course ID:HIPR 7005. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 45 hours credit.
Course Title:Graduate Student Seminar
Course
Description:
Advanced supervised experience in an applied setting. This course may not be used to satisfy a student's approved program of study.
Athena Title:GRAD STUDENT SEM
Nontraditional Format:Seminar.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
       
Course ID:HIPR 7200. 1-12 hours. Repeatable for maximum 45 hours credit.
Course Title:Cultural Landscape Sustainability Practicum
Course
Description:
An intensive practice experience course that focuses on the application of theoretical and technological knowledge and practical skills to a cultural landscape stewardship problem. Provides students with an opportunity to practice and apply knowledge and skills acquired during previous coursework within a real-world landscape problem-solving setting.
Athena Title:Cultural Landscape Practicum
Nontraditional Format:Independent research and work for practicum requirement completion.
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered fall, spring and summer semester every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
       
Course ID:HIPR 7300. 1-12 hours. Repeatable for maximum 45 hours credit.
Course Title:Master's Thesis
Course
Description:
Thesis writing under the direction of the major professor.
Athena Title:Master's Thesis
Nontraditional Format:Independent research and thesis preparation.
Prerequisite:Permission of school
Semester Course
Offered:
Offered every year.
Grading System:S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)
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